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Whilst we might not be able to explore our vibrant city-centre campus at the moment, that doesn’t mean we can’t show you more about the place you’ll call home.

You’ll be able to connect with our accommodation team about the different options for living on campus at our live panel and have the opportunity to ask questions.

You’ll also be able to explore videos to learn more about why Newcastle is consistently voted the Best Student City in the UK and take virtual tours of our campus and accommodation.

Want to know what it's like to be a Northumbria student? Attending one of our Open Events can help you experience the city and the University for yourself. 

"If you are unsure of whether to study at Northumbria, book an open day and experience the city and the University for yourself. Words cannot describe how great it is living in Newcastle. After the open day, your mind will be made up!" Matthew Vincent, BSc (Hons) Applied Sport and Exercise Science.

What can you expect on the day? 

  •  Discover more about our range of full-time undergraduate courses
  •  Take a tour of our campus and its facilities. Get a feel of what life is like on campus and where your course of interest would be taught
  •  Look around our accommodation and talk to our students about their best places to live
  •  Meet our staff and chat to our current students face to face. Ask any questions about courses, student life and the region. 
  •  Get the answers you need to help decide if Northumbria is right for you

 

Click on the link to reserve your place now!

For more information please visit www.northumbria.ac.uk/openday

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